Marina e Susanna Sent
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
After losing her father on the Titanic, heiress Peggy Guggenheim became one of the great collectors of the 20th century. Her palatial...
Venice's historic gallery traces the development of Venetian art from the 14th to 18th centuries, with works by Bellini, Titian,...
The wooden Ponte dell’Accademia was built in 1933 as a temporary replacement for an 1854 iron bridge, but this span, arched like a cat’s...
Palazzo Franchetti Caffè
Only in Venice could directions to a cafe sound like a fairy tale: pass through the wrought-iron gate and the ivy-covered courtyard...
Ristorante Cantinone Storico
Tagliatelle with seasonal asparagus, prawns and artichokes in busura (prawn sauce) may sound simple, but try telling your tastebuds...
Campo San Vio 669 · interesting places nearby
Marina e Susanna Sent information
Wearable waterfalls and unpoppable soap-bubble necklaces are Venice style signatures, thanks to the Murano-born Sent sisters. Defying centuries-old beliefs that women can't handle molten glass, their minimalist art-glass statement jewellery is featured in museum stores worldwide, from Palazzo Grassi to MoMA. See new collections at this flagship, their Murano studio, or the San Marco branch (at Ponte San Moise 2090).